For the past 3 years the turkey youth hunt has been the weekend that I get to get away with my grandson. We leave right from school and drive down from Northern Michigan on Friday night. We stop half way down and buy our licenses, stopping for gas and dinner as well. We book our motel in Zanesville and go to sleep dreaming about the gobbles we'll hear in the morning. We spend 3 nights, eating all of our meals out, hunting in the mornings and fishing in the evenings. We buy gear, trinkets and presents for those that we leave at home. It's an awesome weekend of bonding and together time. I just discovered and was shocked that Ohio has now eliminated the $10 youth non-resident hunting license. Kids have to pay the same as an adult $141.00 to hunt. I am crushed! We never took a turkey in Ohio, we never punched a tag, we just enjoyed the time in the woods together. I'm sorry that I have to explain to my grandson that the powers that be decided to gouge the kids and we won't be able to hunt this year. That means no more "tourist money" from me. I usually spend about $1000 by the time our weekend is over: No more! I could see them raising the adult license prices, but just the kids? And by $130? I'll stay home now Ohio, and I'm sure I'm not the only one.